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? >> come on. >> >> my name is stewart williams and i am a resident of the richmond district and also a member of the police advisor and i am with the district attorney community court. i like what the commission did in restricting the hours of operation, i think that it has been beneficial for the neighborhood in general. we have heard through the community court some of the issues that filtered down to us where citations were issued. i have done a number of ride alongs with the police department, before and after the hours were changed and interviewed the captain at the station and interviewed the permit officer at the station. and the consensus is that it is working now, just leave it alone. there has not been a number of complaints and the officers that i have ridden with until 6:00 in the morning are very happy with what they have seen. i do support the other gentleman's notions that when the bars let out, they do end up with a high number of people in the restaurant, around the restaurant some of the people are intoxicated and some of the people aren't. >> but generally speaking
are not so well-known. although probably a number are you familiar with henry clay. and possibly william henry stewart was a senator from new york state and was by far the most notable and well-known republican in the country. finally, here i am, i'm ready to start. >> you can watch this and other programs online at booktv.org. here's a look at some books that are being published this week. sonja sotomayor and andrew napolitano as well as tom allen. they report on war crimes in vietnam war in their book, kill anything that moves, the real american war in vietnam. look at these titles and watch for the authors in the near future on booktv and booktv.org. >> now we bring you booktv, 48 hours of nonfiction authors and books. here are some of the programs look out for this weekend. at 4:30 p.m. eastern, michael gordon discusses his book on "washington journal." mr. gordon details iraq war from 2003 until the withdrawal in 2012. at 11:00 p.m., cindy helms recounting her life as the wife of richard helms. he died in 2002. watch a couple of interviews from the university of pennsylvania. first
state senator of montgomery county and corey stewart, republican chairman of the prince william county bord of supervisors. chairman stewart, i want to start with you. you have been a longtime voice on the immigration debate, saying mainly that local and state governments have carried the bulk of issues. how do you see this today? is the federal government stepping up in your view? >> the federal government has no credibility with regard to immigration reform and enforcement. why would we believe that washington is going to enforce new immigration law if it's not enforcing the current law? every day, thousands of criminal illegal aliens are aphandied -- apprehended by local law enforcement, they contact i.c.e. and i.c.e. directs them to release the criminal aliens. there is no reason to believe that if we pass the reform willing, they're going to change anything, they're going to beef up enforcement or change it in any way. >> a lot of times, you know, state and local governments have had to deal with the on- the-ground issues of all of this. one of the things that came up was the elec
line. jones. underneath to williams. williams taken down. stewart slows it. the great tackling we have seen all evening from texas a&m. >> charles: as this game winds down, texas a&m went to alabama and won. beat the number one team in the country on the road 29-24. it's one thing to be the team where you are hunting. but tonight, texas a&m came in as the hunted. everything was about them and johnny football. they have worn that mantle very well this evening for a team that hasn't had to do it all year long. it's going to dallas, s.e.c., playing with the big boys, on the road. tonight they handled being the team chased quite well. >> gus: and another flag. >> referee: delay of game. number 12 of offense. five-yard penalty. second down. >> charles: i know that goes against landry jones, because he is the quarterback. but that may not be all him. not sure what is happening with the plays coming in. there is confusion about personnel. is there a delay? right now this oklahoma team is struggling in all aspects. trying to get something done down the stretch. >> gus: second and 28. jones, th
. jones. underneath to williams. williams taken down. stewart slows it. the great tackling we have seen all evening from texas a&m. >> charles: as this game winds down, texas a&m went to alabama and won. beat the number one team in the country on the road 29-24. it's one thing to be the team where you are hunting. but tonight, texas a&m came in as the hunted. everything was about them and johnnytball. they have worn that mantle very well this evening for a team that hasn't had to do it all year long. it's going to dallas, s.e.c., playing with the big boys, on the road. tonight they handled being the team chased quite well. >> gus: and another flag. >> referee: delay of game. number 12 of offense. five-yard penalty. second down. >> charles: i know that goes against landry jones, because he is the quarterback. but that may not be all him. not sure what happening with the plays coming in. there is confusion about personnel. is there a delay? right now this oklahoma team is struggling in all aspects. trying to get something done down the stretch. >> gus: second and 28. jones, the throw. ove
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. >> i wonder when people do spoofs of you or sort of mimic you and do the staccato, that i am william shatner -- doesn't bother you, does it? >> no. some of those actors who most people in america don't recognize, jimmy stewart, did they recognize when people were doing imitations. with edward g. robinson, i said, did you know you do this a lot? and he said, i do? i know what they're doing but i don't see myself doing that, do i? >> i think you probably had a lot of gay admirers because you walked around that ship with your shirt off a lot or at least -- >> well, if that was the reason i had gay admirers, they perhaps don't admire me quite as much now. >> all right. so let's move on and talk about lieutenant uhura, nischelle nichols -- >> is that sort of a dream thing with you. is that a fantasy for you? >> what? >> you want to talk about lieutenant uhura -- >> i had a huge -- i thought you were talking about the you with your shirt off, no. but lieutenant uhura, i did -- i had a crush on her when i was a kid. who didn't? she was a gorgeous woman. >> i heard it in your voice. >> you s
intellectual giants, like william f buckley, and gore vidale were still with us and held a 90-minute debate it wouldn't get as much attention as the debate that you and jon stewart got. >> bill: okay. >> i'm just saying, all right? the second point i want to make is that because the media loves jon stewart and they really love him, they were willing to tolerate you. (laughter) >> it could have been anybody, right? >> well, something like that, but if jon stewart -- in jon stewart ever came out and flat-out said and meant ti don't like bill o'reilly -- now, i know he professes to like you which i'm not at all convinced he's telling the truth about, if he came out and said, no, i don't like him, i think he's a jerk shall the media would have caught you up in that debate. because they like stewart, they went easy on the-- just the encapslation of the event? >> my only point is the reason this got-- it sounds crazy to me, the reason it it got worldwide attention is because of the entertainment value. >> bill: i'm not arguing that and because of the charisma of the performance. you can't discou
of mimic you and do the stack cat toe, i am william shatner, that doesn't bother you, does it. >> no, because i don't recognize what they're doing. some of those actors who most people in america don't recognize, jimmy stewart and edward g. robinson, did they recognize when people were doing imitations of them? with ed regard g. robinson i said do you know that you go -- a lot. >> he goes i go -- a lot? do they recognize spoofs of them? the same way with me. i know what they're doing, but i don't see myself doing that, do i? >> we'll bring you more of william shatner unfiltered. >>> who would win in a fight, captain kirk or capital pick card? i understand that you and patrick stewart are good friends in real life. >> we are. in real life, coprobably kick my ass. >> the former captain kirk offers a behind the scenes look at "star trek" coming up next hour on "cnn newsroom." well, let's face it. mistakes can have a much greater impact in some professions than others. and sometimes those errors can be fatal. we'll take a look at the growing numbers of medical mistakes and what you can d
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